Basically, I expected that any time I insert a row/column into a frozen cell region, none of the existing frozen row/columns should get "bumped" out of this region. It seems the frozen cells are hard referenced to the initial selection. It is easy enough to reset the frozen cell region after row/column insertion so this is really just a feature request, but perhaps there is a reason (beyond me) that it functions this way.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select column "C" and choose "View > Freeze > Freeze Rows and Columns"
2. Insert Column between columns "A" and "B"
Only two columns are frozen: "A" and the new column "B". The old column "B"'s contents (now column "C") are shifted beyond the frozen cell region.
Three frozen columns: "A", new "B" and old "B" (now "C"). Columns "D" and beyond are not frozen.
User Profile Reset: No
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(In reply to Ben from comment #0)
> It is easy enough to reset the frozen cell region after
> row/column insertion so this is really just a feature request, but perhaps
> there is a reason (beyond me) that it functions this way.
Eike: is there a reason for this?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 99570 ***